If you missed out on Westlife tickets the first time around, you're still in with a chance of seeing the lads at Croker. After a six-year hiatus, Ireland's favourite four-piece boyband announced their return with new music and an Ireland and UK tour, including two nights in Croke Park.
Initially, the plan for the comeback tour included one night in Croke Park. Tickets for this show sold out in six minutes. Just to put this into context, Croke Park has a capacity of 82,300 and The Rolling Stones struggled to sell out the venue. Yet, three lads from Sligo and one from Dublin sold it out in six minutes, it's quite the achievement. Following this success, Westlife added a second show which was also a sell-out.
Both gigs have become so popular with fans that organisers have released additional hold tickets which will go on sale next week. So if there are still some Westlife fans out there without the golden ticket your still in with a chance.
Just announced! GAA EXTRA Demand #tickets for @westlifemusic at @CrokePark this July are going on sale next Tuesday!
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— Ticketmaster Ireland (@TicketmasterIre) February 8, 2019
Since announcing the tour dates, the band have had to address persistent rumours that Brian Mc Fadden would be joining them on tour, with the band commenting that "Everyone is talking about this except us.”
Tickets will go on sale next Tuesday 12th February at 9am on Ticketmaster. Don't miss out.